CATS & MIGRATION, KENYA
10th – 18th JULY 2020 ( 9 NIGHTS )
In July 2020, Helena and Grant will be leading a small group photo-safari to two of Kenya’s most predator-rich wildlife conservancies, Olare Motorogi and Naboisho. Being in the conservancies allows maximum photographic freedom for going off road.
Big cats like lions, and cheetah, and other carnivores like spotted hyaena and black-backed jackal make for compelling subjects and viewing. Plains game is abundant in the form of herds of zebra, topi, wildebeest, impala and gazelle.
Elephants and giraffe can also be seen. Leopard are not common but are also sometimes seen.
We will be staying in a classic safari camp, and for the most part of the safari, we will be game driving in conservancy land, where we are permitted to drive off-road in order to get the best photographic angles of our subjects. There is also a 5 vehicle limit at sightings in the conservancy. Within the conservancy, no park time restrictions apply.
- Maximum participants is 6 (but the trip will run with 1 leader and a minimum of 2 participants)
- Each participant has their own row in the vehicle
- Off-road driving is allowed for better photographic positioning
- The vehicles are Toyota Landcruiser 4×4 vehicles, with three rows of seats
- Extra luggage allowances to accommodate the special needs of our photographic equipment: 30-35kg (66 to 77lbs) per person
- We will also have access to the Mara Game Reserve on a few drives
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
- Accommodation at Tamarind Tree Hotel in Nairobi
- Accommodation at Kicheche Bush camp
- All meals and local drinks included.
- Conservation Levy and park fees included.
- Return flight from Wilson Airport in Nairobi to the Conservancy
- Cost: US$14,490.00 per person sharing
- Single supplement of US$1,210.00, maximum 2 single spots available